My wife and I love living in Carmel. We believe it’s the best place for our growing family – and my growing local business on Main Street.
Not long ago, Nicole and I bought our first home together east of Keystone and we have felt so welcomed by our neighbors who have quickly become our friends. We have also enjoyed volunteering at many community events and have witnessed the spirit of family and community that Carmel has. I’ve decided to take a major step toward keeping Carmel on the right track and give back to the City that has already given me so much. This is why in 2019 I will run for a seat on the Carmel City Council.
I share in the vision of our city leadership, which for the past 20 years has built a community that is attractive to major employers and corporate headquarters, tourists and visitors and residents. I would like to see that vision continue in the future while also keeping our property taxes low and our debt manageable.
As a small-business owner, I know how to stay within a budget and how to prioritize spending with the greatest return on investment.
I've also spent years working as an investigative journalist for the weekly Current in Carmel newspaper. I know how to ask tough questions and dig deep into any topic.
I’ve served on boards and committees for various event and nonprofits such as CarmelFest, Janus Developmental Services, Carmel Education Foundation, Carmel Rotary Club and HAND, Inc.